Apple would be ready to launch its augmented reality glasses between March and June 2021, as revealed by John Prosser. who has become one of the most relevant sources of rumors about the company’s future products.
Jon Prosser , who has recently teased a significant series of Apple product launches , says the company will launch its augmented reality glasses between March and June 2021.
He has commented on it in response to a similar story, published on MacRumors, citing a report by Ming-Chi Kuo , who has an impeccable reputation for future company products. Kuo says that augmented reality glasses would arrive in 2022, along with new iPads that would be launched in 2020 and 2021.
He also says he is sure that Kuo is wrong on the date and not only that, but he has already seen them and that he will show them “very soon”.
The swing of Apple’s augmented reality glasses
Apple has been working on augmented reality glasses for some years. The project’s existence has been rumored since 2018 when Cnet revealed that the internal name is T288. Back then, if he calculated a launch in 2020, Kuo also considered, in March 2019, that we would see them in 2020.
In August 2018 Apple bought a startup dedicated to making glasses for augmented reality glasses and in September 2019 it was revealed that the iOS 13 code has various clues about a supposed augmented reality device.
It is possible that the project has been delayed, not only due to the global pandemic caused by the coronavirus, but also due to the difficulties related to making such a product. If Prosser has seen the product physically it means that it is in the prototype phase and could see the light of day in about a year.
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